The European Press Prize 2013 was open for entries from Monday, September 9, until Friday, November 29.

This year we received even more high quality submissions than last year.

Entries 2013

Entries closed on November 29th, 2013. They will be assessed and sifted by the Preparatory Committee, consulting widely. This committee will narrow the choice in each category to a maximum of six entries and make sure these are translated into English.

The Preparatory Committee’s selection and the resulting shortlists will be published on this page.

The Panel of Judges will then meet to make their final selection of winners. The winners will be announced in March 2014. All winners will be asked to attend the award ceremony and foundation conference in London on the 17th of March 2014.

addition for shortlisted projects

After the Preparatory Committee makes the first preliminary shortlist, journalists will be contacted to enter samples and evidence of the entered work. Examples are:

  • • A specimen from the printed or published version
  • • Photos of published articles
  • • A hard copy of a printed web-page
  • • Further explanation of effect and role (500 words) in English
  • • Independent testimonial assessing the impact and importance in English
  • • A signed letter of support from an editor, publisher or assessor in the country of origin.

All printed material (when requested) should be send by post to the Bureau of the European Press Prize:

European Press Prize
Olympisch Stadion 39
1076 DE Amsterdam
The Netherlands
For any questions, please email entries@europeanpressprize.com